After a week of interfering with air travel in Europe, the ash from the Eyjafjallajökull eruption started messing with flights over Iceland (which had previously still be able to operate flights domestic flights and flights from North America with no problems) this week. Keflavik was closed on several occasions but, determined to keep the country open to visitors, Icelandair got […]

Should You Visit Iceland While Eyjafjallajökull is Erupting?

However disruptive and destructive Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano may be, you’ve go to admit that it is amazing to look at. A perfect example of the raw power and beauty that you’ll find on Iceland, the volcano certainly does its job of making one feel very small and insignificant compared the forces of mother nature. Here are some of the best […]

Photos of the Iceland Volcano

If you’ve been watching tv or surfing the web at all lately, you’ve probably heard that Iceland has been experiencing a little bit of volcanic activity. The land of “fire and ice” didn’t earn its nickname for nothing, and the island is no stranger to volcanic activity, but the most recent eruption is earning lots of headlines because of the […]

Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull Eruption

Iceland is bound to be one hot destination this spring and summer….literally. Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano began erupting on March 20, prompting the evacuation of more than 500 people and the temporary closure of Iceland’s airports. Luckily, no one was injured and no damage has been reported, and though scientists fear the volcano could trigger other eruptions with wide-reaching consequences, for […]

Iceland is Hot This Spring and Summer